03 August 2010
Woman to claim damages of £300,000 after accident
A woman who suffered multiple injuries in a road traffic accident is suing a man for hundreds of thousands of pounds for his involvement in the crash, a report has stated.
According to the Plymouth Herald newspaper, Ms Lesley Williams is claiming damages of up to £300,000 in a High Court case against Mr David Marks after she was left with a broken pelvis, arm and leg following a collision between her motorbike and his 4x4 van.
The crash occurred on the B3252 road near the town of Looe - a Cornish seaside resort - in November 2007.
During the incident, Ms Williams claims that she attempted to overtake Mr Marks after clearly signalling she was about to do so, only for the man to turn into her without warning as she performed the manoeuvre.
The claimant has been on sick leave ever since the accident and believes that it was caused solely by the negligence of her fellow road-user.
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Posted by Daniel Stevens
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